How to Preflight Prepress File Types for Print Quality Control

How to Preflight Prepress File Types for Print Quality Control

How to preflight prepress file types for print quality control, using Markzware’s preflight solution, FlightCheck:

If you don’t preflight your documents, printing problems could occur at press time. Graphic designers need a preflighting tool that can do a thorough check of the file types that they use. Ideally, they should be able to use one tool that can check many file types. This article will provide information on a file-checking application that can preflight desktop publishing (DTP) formats during prepress.

Markzware provides a host of printing solutions that enhance PDF and non-PDF production for print and DTP. FlightCheck is pre press software that offers extensive preflight checking and packaging capabilities.

FlightCheck finds and identifies file problems in the prepress document and provides a preflight report of the details. This allows printers to make corrections and produce a flawless document.

FlightCheck can check many file formats in prepress to ensure a high-quality print document. Watch how, in this video demonstration:

How to Preflight Prepress File Types for Print Quality Control

Markzware FlightCheck can preflight Adobe Creative Cloud and other DTP files to ensure print quality.

Preflighting with FlightCheck during prepress is a quick and simple process. The following steps can guide you:

How to Preflight Prepress File Types for Print Quality (basic overview):

  • Install and activate FlightCheck preflight software.
  • Click on your preferred checkboxes in FlightCheck’s Preferences and Ground Controls. (These give FlightCheck details on items to check.)
  • Set Ground Control items to Off, Warning, or Error, depending on the needs of your print workflow.
  • Drag and drop your file onto the FlightCheck icon to begin the preflighting process.
  • FlightCheck will alert you to the potential printing problems that you specified.

Further optimization can be achieved by customizing FlightCheck‘s Preferences and Ground Controls. These allow you to optimize your document scan for your print workflow.

Markzware has long been developing preflight technology to control printing quality. Markzware FlightCheck is the patented preflight solution to examine and verify document details before printing. Preflighting with FlightCheck is much less fatiguing than conducting an exhausting visual check.

flightcheck-logoSome benefits of using FlightCheck:
• FlightCheck enables printers to deliver high quality print products, in a cost-effective way.
• FlightCheck’s preflight report details file errors, including issues with colors, images and fonts.
• Preflighting with FlightCheck assures that a full preflight checklist has been conducted prior to packaging.
• FlightCheck provides print quality control, to reduce the risk of poor print results.
• FlightCheck streamlines the print workflow, by identifying file problems, such as low image resolution and missing fonts.

Avoid delaying your workflow! Use FlightCheck to package native prepress file types, to ensure all required fonts and images are included.

FlightCheck can check numerous file types for print quality, including:
• Acrobat PDF
• CorelDRAW
• EPS
• FreeHand
• Illustrator
• InDesign
• PageMaker
• Photoshop
• QuarkXPress
• Word
• TIFF
• and more.

Checking Image Files with FlightCheck Software, to
Preflight Prepress File Types for Print Quality Control:

Markzware FlightCheck 7 Mac Images Ground Controls ExpandedMany commercial printers use FlightCheck for precise print quality control and faster preflighting. Check out the FlightCheck testimonials at MarkzwareTV on YouTube.

You can use FlightCheck to preflight prepress file types for high quality:
• greeting cards
• newsletters
• posters
• stationery
• and much more.

Whether your company is large or small, you can preflight to help produce professional-looking documents. For more information on Markzware‘s pre press software to check digital files, see the FlightCheck page. For more publishing and printing solutions, see the Markzware Products page.

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